The Depot at Madame Julia's

7048 O'Keef St., New Orleans, Louisiana, 70130, United States | Hotel
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This hotel, located in the Garden District/Uptown area of New Orleans, is near Contemporary Arts Center, Julia Row, Le Chat Noir, and George Schmidt Gallery.
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Voodoo in the heat

A travel blog entry by guernsey-girl on Jul 02, 2014

... out of a paper bag. Safe to say Candice's fear of snakes was not exacerbated. After the tour I was feeling super hot and tired so decided to head back to the hotel for a nap. I bumped into Ollie on the way so we walked back together. My little nap turned into a nights sleep as I managed to sleep till 8pm then decided to shower and head straight back to bed! That sleep was much needed ...


A travel blog entry by casrobusa on May 29, 2014

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... before we left - for the first and last time I might add. A Po-boy is traditionally a fried oyster sandwich on French bread and got its name from the 1920's during a four month streetcar strike when a restaurant owner would give the unemployed conductors these 'poor boy' sandwiches for free. As is traditional with Louisiana dialect the name was soon abbreviated to Po-boy. Do yourself a favour though and don't bother to try one!



A travel blog entry by libbycav on Apr 25, 2014

1 comment, 9 photos

... have been in the French Quarter, where we all managed to buy something different. We have Plantation and Swamp tours planned for non-fest days next week, and of course the mandatory Mississippi steamboat cruise.
Today was the first day of the Jazz and Heritage Festival, which runs over this, and the next weekend. It is held at the race track and is very well organized. Today we heard some fantastic music and we came ...

New O'Lins

A travel blog entry by lindensabroad on Feb 13, 2014

3 comments, 33 photos

... of the plantation until it went bankrupt and was sold for a mere pittance of it's worth. The plantation was run by various owners for a number of years but the homestead was abandoned, being too palacious and expensive to maintain. Finally in the 1900's a couple (the Stewarts) purchased the plantation and began the laborious task of restoration and refurbishment in line with the original fittings and furnishings of the 1800's.
An interesting tour.


Nu Orlins

A travel blog entry by jjmeef on Jan 31, 2014

1 comment, 21 photos

... to what I'd expected. I thought it would be a wide road with plenty of restaurants and bars, with a certain amount of classiness. There was nothing classy about this area.

It was almost entirely bars, and was dirty and trashy. At 5pm on Friday there were drunk tourists, barely of age, staggering around with plastic cups of alcohol in hand. We bought a beer each and walked most of the length ...

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